AERIAL WARREN: ‘If the Russian military was involved, we would not be here’

The AERION WARRENS are a new breed of Russian footballers who have been playing in Europe since last season, when they won the European Under-21 Championships in England.

They have gone on to score more than 40 goals this season.

They are one of Russia’s top-scoring forwards.

But the Russian football federation is refusing to play them.

They say the tournament is a showcase for the best Russian players in Europe, and that it is up to the Russian authorities to determine who should be allowed to compete.

The Russian government is also trying to block the participation of some European clubs, including FC Basel, FC Krasnodar and Wolfsburg.

Russia is the only major European country that refuses to play international football.

The Russian Federation has an average of about 10 international matches a year.

And many Russians are disappointed with their performance.

They say the quality of their players is inferior to their domestic counterparts.

“If the Russians were involved in the tournament, we wouldn’t be here,” said Alexander, a 20-year-old Russian forward from the Rostov region.

“They have so many talented players that they can’t compete with.”

The AERIONSWARRENS have not won a trophy since they were in their early teens, when their coach, Ivan Pavlov, played in the European Cup.

They only qualified for the European Championships last year, when the Ukrainian side FC Kladno defeated them 4-1.

Ivan Pavilov and his men lost the tournament 3-1, but they still qualified for Russia’s 2014 World Cup finals.

Russia has no professional soccer teams, and there is no national team in professional football.

In contrast, the Ukrainian national team, which was founded in the late 1990s, plays in Russia’s third tier of professional football, which is called the Russian League.

There are about 2,000 professional teams in Russia, and they are generally more competitive than the domestic league.

“In terms of the competition, our team is at a lower level than the Ukrainian team,” said Ivan Pavillov, the coach of FC Klasnodad, one of the top-ranked Russian clubs.

“We would like to qualify for the World Cup in Russia.

But it is not possible, we don’t have enough funds for the training camps.””

The Russian league is a poor league, we have no players in it.

They don’t even pay us a salary.

They can’t even buy a new player.”

In February, Russian soccer officials launched a “demystification” campaign, in which they introduced Russian football to the public.

It is expected to help Russian clubs and officials overcome the perception that they are not a professional footballing nation.

The federation’s general secretary, Sergei Gritsman, said that in the last two seasons, “more than 20,000 people have signed a petition” to change the rules.

They want to “give the Russian national team a chance to prove itself in the World Cups.”

But the federation is reluctant to change any rules, and will not accept changes that would weaken its players.

“Our players are very hard workers, they are very good,” Ivan Pavinov said.

“But we have to accept that they don’t qualify for a World Cup because they are too good.

We need to change our rules to make it so that our players are better.”